About CASA

Providing volunteers to advocate for the best interests of child victims of abuse in court is CASA's only program. Our volunteers put in an estimated 27,000 hours of volunteer time every year.
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Volunteer

The mission of CASA is to provide trained community volunteers to advocate for the best interests of children who come to the attention of the court as a result of abuse or neglect.
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Make Donations

Your donation will allow CASA Nashville to recruit, train and support nearly 200 court-appointed advocate volunteers each year. Of all CASA children, 90% do not re-enter the child welfare system.
Ways to Give

Lift up a Child’s Voice. A Child’s Life.

Since 1984, the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program has served Nashville by speaking for abused and neglected children caught in the court system and helping them find safe and permanent homes. Too many children, who through no fault of their own, face a crucial turning point in their lives without a voice. CASA’s trained volunteer advocates speak exclusively for each child and give them hope.

When CASA is involved, the results are remarkable. Children are more likely to:

  • Stay out of the welfare system
  • Be successful academically in school
  • Remain in a stable and caring home

Every child deserves a chance. Every child deserves a safe home. Get involved with CASA today, so you can proudly “Lift up a child’s voice. A child’s life.”

This Month

Mark your calendars & join us as we celebrate another year of serving our community on Thursday, December 7th at 4 PM

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